What natural products can interact with blood-thinning medications?

Dr. Mehmet Oz, MD
Cardiology (Cardiovascular Disease)
In general, both patients and clinicians should be cautious about using any natural products with blood-thinning drugs like warfarin, which is widely known to be sensitive to vitamin K intake. Any blood-thinning drug may potentially interact with any herb or supplement with anticoagulant properties, such as vitamin E, fish oil, or omega-3 fatty acids.
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